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Ian van Coller

Village Baobab, 1998

Archival Pigment Print
This is part of a limited edition set.
20 × 24 in
50.8 × 61 cm
Edition of 10
$850
24 × 32 in
61 × 81.3 cm
Edition of 10
$1,000
location
Gleneden Beach
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jdc Fine Art
Gleneden Beach
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This image is from a series of photographs made in Mali, West Africa in 1998. Having grown up in …

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This image is from a series of photographs made in Mali, West Africa in 1998. Having grown up in South Africa during the apartheid era, van Coller is particularly interested in issues related to African identity. During his childhood he was influenced by both European and African traditions, but the bulk of his formal …

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Mali Monuments
Ian van Coller
South African, b. 1970
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Ian van Coller uses photography to examine topics like racial politics in post-Apartheid South …

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Ian van Coller uses photography to examine topics like racial politics in post-Apartheid South Africa and the country’s shifting identity an increasingly globalized culture. Among his best-known works is a series of formal portraits of domestic workers, taken in the homes of their employers. He has also turned his …

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Gleneden Beach
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This image is from a series of photographs made in Mali, West Africa in 1998. Having grown up in …

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This image is from a series of photographs made in Mali, West Africa in 1998. Having grown up in South Africa during the apartheid era, van Coller is particularly interested in issues related to African identity. During his childhood he was influenced by both European and African traditions, but the bulk of his formal …

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Series
Mali Monuments
Ian van Coller
South African, b. 1970
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Ian van Coller uses photography to examine topics like racial politics in post-Apartheid South …

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Ian van Coller uses photography to examine topics like racial politics in post-Apartheid South Africa and the country’s shifting identity an increasingly globalized culture. Among his best-known works is a series of formal portraits of domestic workers, taken in the homes of their employers. He has also turned his …

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Ian van Coller

Village Baobab, 1998

Archival Pigment Print
This is part of a limited edition set.
20 × 24 in
50.8 × 61 cm
Edition of 10
$850
24 × 32 in
61 × 81.3 cm
Edition of 10
$1,000
location
Gleneden Beach
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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